(1916 - 1962)
Gabrielle Hope was active/lived in New Zealand. Gabrielle Hope is known for painting, still life, landscape, figures, animals, portraits.
Biography Gabrielle Hope
Gabrielle Hope was born in Lower Hutt in 1916, and attended Auckland's Diocesan School for Girls and studied at Elam School of Fine arts.
The mother of two children, she lived in Whitford, Waiheke Island and in 1950 purchased a home in Tohunga Crescent, Parnell.
Gabrielle's wide circle of friends included fellow artists Helen Brown, Jan Nigro, Louise Henderson, Robert Nettleton Field, Eric Lee Johnson, Colin & Anne McCahon and Lincoln Lee.
Her subject matter extensively encompasses still lifes, landscapes, figures, animals and portraits.
The influence of Picasso, and an admiration of Frances Hodgkins is reflected in Hope's work as is her fascination with western and eastern occult philosophies and symbolism.
From 1946 she
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